The vote is not expected to take place until next month, Reuters reports.
Berlusconi was first found guilty and sentenced to four years for tax fraud in 2012.
He has also been in trouble for paying for sex with an underage prostitute.
Earlier this month, a cross-party panel of the Italian senate endorsed Berlusconi’s expulsion from the chamber.
At first, Berlusconi threatened to bring down the government over the situation, but then backed down during a confidence vote.
If he is expelled from the senate, Berlusconi will no longer have his parliamentary immunity from the prosecution.
He will also either spend a year under house arrest or doing community service.